Dear friends and colleagues,

On behalf of Augma Biomaterials & Augma Bone Cement Academy (ABCA) I have the greatest pleasure and honor of inviting you to take part in the upcoming Augma 1st International Symposium (AIS) 2019.

We are pleased to share with you the revolutionary concept of Augma bone cement. Experts from around the world will shed more light on this disruptive invention, sharing the tools to simplify and improve our bone grafting practice by challenging the status quo.

I welcome you to join us for a full day symposium in Tel Aviv and 4 more exciting days filled with fun and friendship.

I’m looking forward to meeting you in Israel!

ONLINE REGISTRATION Prospectus & printed registration

Registration Fee

Meeting Only

Regular
$150
By Nov 7th 2019
Lectures
Refreshments
Exhibition Hall
Lunch
On Site
$180
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Lectures
Refreshments
Exhibition Hall
Lunch

SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE

TIMESPEAKERTITLE
08:00-08:30Registration
08:30-08:40Dr. Amos YahavOpening Remarks
08:45-09:30Dr. David BaranesAn in depth understanding of bone cements’s clinical and biological features to maximize surgical advantages while being aware of its limitations
09:30-10:15Dr. Michael KatzapBone Graft Cement in clinical applications
10:15-10:30Break
10:30-11:15Dr. Stephan BergThe amazing love story of sinus with Augma
11:15-12:00Dr. Robert D. MogyorosNew Ideas For Bone Cements
12:00-13:15Lunch
13:15-14:00Dr. Jonathan M. AbenaimDentistry TODAY Utilizing the LATEST and GREATEST
14:00-14:45Dr. Damian DudekThe Use of Bone Cement in The Support of Surgical Treatment of Odontogenic Cysts
14:45-15:30Dr. Burak BayrakAdapting Simple Techniques on Bone Augmentation by Using Bone Cement
15:30-16:00Break
16:00-16:45Dr. James Burke FineSoft and Hard Tissue Wound Healing and Socket Preservation Techniques using Bone Cement
16:45-17:30Dr. Sammy S. NoumbissiImplant Site Preparation and Enhancement Using Biphasic Calcium Sulfate for Placement of Zirconia Ceramic Implants
17:30-18:15Dr. Igal BalanExtramaxillary approach for the treatment of narrow ridges & Zygomatic implants for the treatment of the partially edentulous maxilla